Earlier this week, anti-Facebook Preacher Cedric Miller made national headlines when he asked the elders of his church to stop using the website, in order to inspire his other congregants to do the same, because it was a "portal to infidelity." It seems that Miller may have been inspired by his own experiences: the Asbury Park Press reports that Miller had himself engaged in a three-way relationship with his wife and a man a decade ago, according to testimony he gave in a criminal case. Also, sometimes the other man's wife was present. He testified, "...I mean there was touching, there was…it was crazy, it was as wrong as wrong could get. Yes.'' So we guess this means some people don't need Facebook to be led into temptation.